Connecting Casinos and Crime: More Corrections of Walker
AbstractThis is a second reply to Professor Walker that corrects additional errors by him. In his present commentary, Professor Walker again provides no new data or research, articulates comments that are already resolved through a careful reading of â€œCasinos, Crime, and Community Costsâ€ (Grinols and Mustard, 2006) and declines to respond to the failings that we raised about his earlier critique. The reader is encouraged to read our original paper.
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Volume (Year): 5 (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
casinos; crime; social costs;
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